Wicomico County Public Schools and the Wicomico County Board of Education are pleased to announce the launch of a new subscription service for school system news and notifications. The service is powered by govDELIVERY, the nation’s leading provider of government-to-citizen communications.
The govDELIVERY subscription service is available to all, including school families, businesses, elected officials, day care providers, and prospective residents who want to know more about Wicomico Schools. By clicking a link at www.wcboe.org (from a popup window, or from the red govDELIVERY envelope icon at the top of the home page) and selecting the options the person wishes to receive, the subscriber has the opportunity to be more connected to and more informed about Wicomico County Public Schools through periodic bulletins delivered by email. Options include:
- News from Wicomico Schools, including awards, initiatives, roundups of upcoming activities, news announcements, and major events.
- Wicomico County Board of Education meeting agendas and news.
- School status updates when schools are delayed or closed. (While school families receive this notification by SchoolMessenger call and even email, employers and others may wish to be informed of delays and closings through GovDelivery for Wicomico Schools.)
- Monthly meal menus.
- Items newly added to the Transparency Portal. The Transparency Portal includes a wealth of data including monthly financial reports and monthly check register to provide a window into school system operations.
As additional topics are added to the service or a subscriber’s interests change, the subscription options can be updated through a link provided in every bulletin. New subscribers also have the option to receive information from other area agencies that use the powerful communications tools of govDELIVERY.
“Great things are happening in Wicomico County Public Schools. We welcome the opportunity to help the community learn more about how we’re preparing students to build their own success story as well as a successful future for the community,” said Dr. John Fredericksen, Superintendent of Schools. “We’re pleased to enhance our communications to our school families and to our community with the govDELIVERY subscription service.”